This is the old train depot in Saginaw. It’s known as the Potter Street Depot because. you guessed it, It’s on Potter Street. It is the second largest depot in Michigan, second to only the Michigan Central Station. The enormous brick depot in Saginaw is not abandoned, although the railroad no longer uses the building, a preservation group still maintains and preserves it. Hopefully one day it will be given a new life like the depot in Detroit. For now, it quietly sits along the tracks with some holiday lights hoping Santa will not forget about it.
If you are not aware of it, Saginaw is my hometown where I was born and raised. I will be at Arthur Hill Highschool’s Holiday Bazaar this Saturday, December 1st. from 9-3 selling books and calendars. If you are in the are in the area stop by and say hello. If you can’t make it to the bazaar books are on sale this week and you can order them HERE
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